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Future opposition parties vow to work against ‘extreme and dark’ incoming government

Yair Lapid and Merav Michaeli speak on the sidelines of the Knesset on June 22, 2022. (Olivier Fitoussi/Flash90)
Yair Lapid and Merav Michaeli speak on the sidelines of the Knesset on June 22, 2022. (Olivier Fitoussi/Flash90)

Members of the likely future opposition meet and agree to work in a united fashion against the expected incoming government.

The heads of the expected opposition factions, led by Yesh Atid faction chair MK Boaz Toporovsky, meet to “plan and organize” their efforts to work in opposition to “the extreme and dark” incoming government, says a statement from Yesh Atid.

All the opposition party leaders “committed to working together toward the goal of returning to power and continuing change,” the statement adds.

Hadash-Ta’al MK Ahmad Tibi also takes part in the meeting, though his party was not part of the outgoing government.

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